Ferruginous hawk portrait

Sherry Pundt

Tucson, United States

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While out on a mission I set out for I was able to capture this beautiful Ferruginous Hawk at the Arizona Desert Museum in Tucson, AZ. Sad to say I didn’t get my mission accomplished but being able to get some wounderfull photos of this guy was well worth it.

Taken with my Canon Powershot S5is.
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Named for its ferruginous (rust-colored) feathers, the Ferruginous Hawk is the largest North American member of the Buteo genus, which also includes the ubiquitous Red-tailed Hawk. Ferruginous Hawks are found in open arid regions of western North America where they feed primarily on small mammals especially ground squirrels, rabbits and prairie-dogs.

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